AOL Web Search

  1. About 2,670,000,000 search results

    37.51-0.92 (-2.39%)

    at Mon, Nov 28, 2022, 4:00PM EST - U.S. markets open in 3 hours 41 minutes

    Delayed Quote

    • Ask Price 0.00
    • Bid Price 0.00
    • P/E N/A
    • 52 Wk. High 47.00
    • 52 Wk. Low 29.75
    • Mkt. Cap 4.16B
  1. Web results:
  2. Al Davis - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Davis

    Raiders coach Hue Jackson said Al Davis "had his hand on that ball." Jackson was highly emotional in victory, as well as Davis's son Mark Davis. Jackson said, "One thing coach [Davis] always taught me was he said: 'Hue, don't believe in plays. Believe in players and eventually the players will make plays for you.' And that's what I did.

  3. Al Davis | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site - pfhof

    www.profootballhof.com/players/al-davis

    Al Davis is the only person to have served pro football in such varied capacities as (1) a player personnel assistant, (2) an assistant coach, (3) a head coach, (4) a general manager, (5) a league commissioner and (6) the principal owner and chief executive officer of an NFL team. The longtime owner of the Oakland Raiders compiled an exceptional record since his first venture into the pro football world as player personnel man with the 1954 Baltimore Colts.

  4. Al Davis - Biography - IMDb

    www.imdb.com/name/nm1419910/bio

    Allen "Al" Davis, the man who is synonymous with the Oakland Raiders franchise of the National Football League and its earlier American Football League incarnation, was born on the Fourth of July, 1929 into a Jewish family in Brockton, Massachusetts. Raised in Brooklyn and educated at the borough's Erasmus High School, he played football at Syracuse University, but was cut from the varsity team.

  5. Al Davis | Las Vegas Raiders | Raiders.com

    www.raiders.com/history/al-davis

    Al Davis, right, the head coach-general manager of the Oakland Raiders, was named, April 8, 1966 in Houston, as the new American Football League Commissioner to succeed Joe Foss, who resigns ...

    • Al Davis ft. Jeter Jones "Dip it low" (Official video)
      YouTube
    • Al Davis vs. The NFL | 30 for 30 Official Trailer | ESPN
      YouTube
    • Freestyle Shakedown (Official Video)
      YouTube
    • Al Davis ft. Mark Lockett - It's a party at the juke joint (Official Video)
      YouTube
  6. Al Davis, byname of Allen Davis, (born July 4, 1929, Brockton, Massachusetts, U.S.—died October 8, 2011, Oakland, California), American gridiron football coach and executive who, as commissioner of the American Football League (AFL), was a key actor in the merger of the AFL with the National Football League (NFL) and was either a part owner or principal owner of the Oakland Raiders football franchise (1966–2011).

  7. Al Davis, Hall of Fame owner of Raiders, dies at age 82 - NFL.com

    www.nfl.com/news/al-davis-hall-of-fame-owner-of...

    He was 82. The Hall of Fame r died at his home in Oakland, the team said. The cause of death wasn't immediately disclosed. Davis was one of the most important figures in pro football history, from...

  8. Al Davis (boxer) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Davis_(boxer)

    Al Bummy Davis; Statistics; Real name: Albert Abraham Davidoff: Weight(s) Welterweight Lightweight: Height: 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) Reach: 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) Nationality: American: Born January 26, 1920 Brooklyn, New York: Died: November 21, 1945 (aged 25) Brooklyn, New York: Stance: Orthodox Converted Southpaw: Boxing record; Total fights: 79: Wins: 65: Wins by KO: 46

  9. Al Davis: The open-minded maverick - NFL.com

    www.nfl.com/news/al-davis-the-open-minded...

    Al Davis did whatever he could to win -- including giving power to voices that were traditionally ignored by the NFL. Michael Silver digs into the progressive legacy of the late Raiders owner.

  10. Al Davis (Nebraska politician) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Davis_(Nebraska_politician)

    Hyannis, Nebraska, U.S. Political party. Democratic (before 1990; 2022–present) Other political. affiliations. Republican (1990–2022) Education. University of Denver ( BA) Albert T. Davis (born July 28, 1952) [1] is an American businessman and politician who served as a member of the Nebraska Legislature from 2013 to 2017.